Thursday, February 7th, 2019

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Tuscan Ribollita

Chef Melissa d’Arabian is in the kitchen making a delicious traditional Italian soup of Tuscan ribollita. This soup is perfect for those cozy nights in. She mixes in sliced old bread and lets it sink into the soup for more thickness.

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DIY Whipped Body Butters

Ali Fedotowsky-Manno is keeping your skin moisturized and smelling great with these DIY whipped body butters. Before getting started, she explains that a body butter is more luxurious and moisturizing to your skin than every day lotion and it is best used at night. Today she is making a lavender body butter and a matcha body butter.

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Our Twinsane Wedding

Two sets of twins, Brittany and Briana and Joshua and Jeremy talk about their TLC docu-series, “Our Twinsane Wedding,” which premieres Monday, February 11th at 10/9c. The two sets of twins discuss what it was like meeting at the largest twin festival in the world. Later on, they got to know each other better using social media. They also bring a sneak peek of the docu-series for the audience.

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Getting the Love You Want

Dr. Harville Hendrix and Dr. Helen LaKelly Hunt discuss their new book, “Getting the Love You Want.” The married couples’ therapists also discuss how they got inspired to write their book and the ups of downs of their own marriage. They encourage married couples to handle the differences in each other and learn new ways to communicate with your partner.

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Honey Almond Cake

Maria Provenzano is in the kitchen making a scrumptious honey almond cake with berries and marscapone crème fraiche. The recipe was inspired by Hallmark Publishing’s book, “The Secret Ingredient” by award-winning author Nancy Naigle. The book will be available on February 12th. An added surprise is having Nancy at the counter, too, to talk about her book and she explains that this cake is actually a character in her book!

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DIY Hand Warmers

Ken Wingard is helping you stay warm in this colder weather with these DIY hand warmers made of felt. If you do not want to sew the warmers closed, he recommends using hem tape, but advises you to avoid hot glue and fabric glue. If you don’t have felt, he suggests using the fabric of a sweater.

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Dr. Nieca Goldberg

Cardiologist, Dr. Nieca Goldberg, sits down with Cameron and Debbie to discuss preventing and detecting heart attacks in women. She explains that women’s heart attack symptoms can be different than men’s. Symptoms to look out for include extreme fatigue, shortness of breath and stomach discomfort. She says that women are so good at multi-tasking that they often ignore the subtle symptoms. She advises women that diet and lifestyle changes can reduce heart disease risks by up to 80%

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DIY Pet Valentines Gifts

Paige Hemmis and Larissa Wohl team up to show you how to spoil your pets this Valentine’s Day. Today, they are making DIY braided chew toy, cranberry heart dog treats and a catnip kicker cat toy.

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Best Workout Apps

Cameron is introducing you to some of his favorite workout apps that you should check out at home.

1. “Home Workout-No Equipment” app gives you a full body workout, no gym or equipment needed

2. "Aaptiv" is the #1 Audio Fitness App

3. “Johnson & Johnson 7 Minute Workout App” allows you to get a full body workout in only 7 mins